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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by RaleBulgarian View Post
    I’m not dancing around anything. You were focused on one data point. Hardly an objective evaluation. I provided the larger perspective.

    You’re welcome.
    You have missed my original point, a data point, and ought to be apologizing for
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    OR
    2) misreading.
    Where's the quid?
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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by trixare4kids View Post
    Leaving Rasmussen's numbers aside, according to Gallup, Trump is in a virtual tie with Obama in the same time period before the election; (14 months).
    Yeah with a struggling to recover economy...shouldn't Trumps numbers be higher at this point or any point since the election.

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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Personally I think Trumps actual approval is above 50%. He has a lot of silent hidden approval that's not recorded.
    If we don't get out there he will win reelection.

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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by Middle_Ground View Post
    Yeah with a struggling to recover economy...shouldn't Trumps numbers be higher at this point or any point since the election.
    His numbers on the economy are still his top rating according to polls.
    IMO, Trump's strength in numbers on the economy will be what earn him a second term.
    Where's the quid?
    Kenneth P. Vogel @kenvogel The Ukrainians weren't made aware that the assistance was being delayed/reviewed until more than one month after the call. https://twitter.com/rickwtyler/statu...82355069431808

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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by trixare4kids View Post
    His numbers on the economy are still his top rating according to polls.
    IMO, Trump's strength in numbers on the economy will be what earn him a second term.
    You compared Obama's overall numbers to Trumps at the same time period. I'm asking shouldn't Trumps overall numbers be better? You know with the economy and all?

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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by Middle_Ground View Post
    You compared Obama's overall numbers to Trumps at the same time period. I'm asking shouldn't Trumps overall numbers be better? You know with the economy and all?
    Generally speaking, not always.
    Approval ratings are based on many other issues besides the economy.
    Where's the quid?
    Kenneth P. Vogel @kenvogel The Ukrainians weren't made aware that the assistance was being delayed/reviewed until more than one month after the call. https://twitter.com/rickwtyler/statu...82355069431808

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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by KLATTU View Post
    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Wednesday shows that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance.

    Probably the more Dem candidates talk, the better Trump seems.
    Good news! Stand by for the usual unhinged effluvia from the loony lefties about citing Rasmussen
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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by trixare4kids View Post
    You have missed my original point, a data point, and ought to be apologizing for
    1) doing it purposely
    OR
    2) misreading.
    I only apologize when I’m wrong, so that’s not gonna happen.
    if we had confidence after a thorough investigation of the facts that the President clearly did not commit obstruction of justice, we would so state. Based on the facts and the applicable legal standards, we are unable to reach that judgment.

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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Quote Originally Posted by Phys251 View Post
    Rasmussen
    Shoot the messenger is always effect strategy, eh?
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    Re: Trump ratings spike

    Ballotpedia's Polling Index: Presidential approval rating - Ballotpedia

    Ballotpedia's presidential approval polling average: 43% (September 18, 2019)
    Results are updated daily at 9:30 a.m. EST and aggregated from the most recent polls from the sources listed in the methodology section below.

    The presidential approval rating indicates public satisfaction in the job performance of the president of the United States. It is the percentage of people polled who approve or think favorably of the president.

    DataMethodology

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    Polls included in Ballotpedia polling indexes, as of September 18, 2019

    Type Source Date range Positive result Negative result Sample size Margin of error
    Pres. Approval (average): 43% 53%
    Cong. Approval (average): 18% 68%
    Dir. Country (average): 36% 57%
    Pres. Approval Rasmussen Reports 9/12-9/17 49% 50% 1,500 likely voters +/-2.5%
    Pres. Approval Scott Rasmussen 9/14-9/17 47% 53% 3,002 registered voters +/-3.1%
    Pres. Approval Politico/Morning Consult 9/13-9/15 43% 53% 1,994 registered voters +/-2%
    Pres. Approval Economist/YouGov 9/8-9/10 44% 54% 1,188 registered voters +/-3%
    Pres. Approval Reuters/Ipsos 9/9-9/10 44% 53% 992 registered voters +/-3.5%
    Pres. Approval CNN 9/5-9/9 42% 54% 1,526 registered voters +/-3.2%
    Pres. Approval Marist 9/5-9/8 43% 53% 1,160 registered voters +/-3.8%
    Pres. Approval Washington Post/ABC 9/2-9/5 40% 55% 877 registered voters +/-4%
    Pres. Approval Harvard-Harris 8/26-8/28 45% 55% 2,531 registered voters +/--%
    Pres. Approval Emerson College 8/24-8/26 43% 52% 1,458 registered voters +/-2.5%
    Pres. Approval Quinnipiac University 8/21-8/26 38% 55% 1,422 registered voters +/-3.1%
    Pres. Approval USA Today/Suffolk University 8/20-8/25 44% 54% 1,000 registered voters +/-3%
    Pres. Approval Monmouth University 8/16-8/20 40% 53% 800 adults +/-3.5%
    Where's the quid?
    Kenneth P. Vogel @kenvogel The Ukrainians weren't made aware that the assistance was being delayed/reviewed until more than one month after the call. https://twitter.com/rickwtyler/statu...82355069431808

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